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Recipients

Caralyn Cipin

Image of Caralyn CipinCaralyn Cipin is recognized for being instrumental in the launch of the new investment framework. Her calm demeanor, critical thinking lens, and objectivity contributed greatly to the implementation. Caralyn’s flexible approach meant she was able to respond to shifting timelines, and her years of experience with funded agencies meant recognizing challenges, providing clear direction, and being able to anticipate the implications of a new system. 

Community Service Sector Implementation Leads: Ruth Crammond and Rhonda Leeson

Ruth Crammond and Rhonda Leeson with Daniele Zanotti

Ruth and Rhonda designed an entirely new funding process based on evidence, best practices, and intensive consultations. They consistently demonstrated integrity and accountability to all stakeholders by carefully assessing risk to United Way and the broader community. Learning from challenging experiences, they modeled critical self-reflection and acknowledged difficulties as growth opportunities. As leaders, they supported, motivated and reinforced a shared vision for the team during a time of great change. 

The Conference Program Website Team: Margaret Connors, Ashley Durk, Mike Fuhrmann, and Karolina Hordowick

The Conference Program Website Team: Margaret Connors, Ashley Durk, Mike Fuhrmann, and Karolina Hordowick

This team brought with them enthusiasm and commitment to built the most compelling story through the United Way National Conference website. Working closely with multiple groups, they were able to produce a website that met the needs of various stakeholders and participants. Thinking outside the box, they presented innovative new ways to use the functionality of the platform to generate interest and be the primary driver of registration for the conference.